Having suffered my share of blisters, shoulder and backaches, and outright exhaustion at numerous conferences, I decided to attack the largest mobile show on earth with only an iPad and an iPhone in tow.
If you've waited for the Apple Watch to decide on a smartwatch, here are some things to consider in weighing whether you really need one. You'll need an iPhone 5 or newer, while the rival watches will typically work only with Android.
Middle management has long been the butt of Dilbert-style business jokes, but workers may be having the last laugh because new mobile and enterprise crowdsourcing technologies are making the concept of middle management increasingly obsolete.
The stakes are big for Apple CEO Tim Cook: the watch is the first brand-new Apple product to be launched without legendary co-founder Steve Jobs.
You think you know what a connected car is and then you actually experience one and it’s something else altogether.
Columbia engineers create smartphone accessory for rapid diagnosis of infectious diseases...
Having spent a total of $18.2 billion and $10.4 billion respectively, AT&T and Verizon are likely more than a little bit nervous about their AWS-3 investments.
As a long-time buyer of these data plans, I'm well aware that unlimited doesn't really mean unlimited. Some carriers threaten...
It's a brave new world out there, with threats lying just behind every click and within every poorly conceived password. Check out this rundown on how important it is...
A Centralized-Radio Access Network (RAN) architecture, also known as Cloud-RAN or C-RAN, is garnering attention for its ability to meet all of these needs while supporting mobile xHaul (fronthaul and backhaul), network self-optimization, self-configuration and self-adaptation through self-organizing network functionality (SON).
This year's Mobile World Congress (MWC) will welcome over 85,000 attendees and about 250 speakers, including Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler.
Yes, as the Internet of Things is tip-of-tongue for every keynote presenter at Mobile World Congress, they're likely to follow up that thought with concerns about security.
Nothing sparks churn like competitors having a high-profile feature you don’t.
Smartphone users are tired of begging to charge devices behind bars or hunting for outlets in airports and train stations. Where, oh where, is a better battery?